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RE: Gravitational Sling Shot Of A Black Hole

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Posted by Victor Demchenko, Jr. on April 14, 2000 21:06:57 UTC

Since Einstein` Theories of Relativity states that nothing can be observede travelling faster than light. Furthermore, as the spaceship (under special relativity rules) both aquires a reduction on volume (linear reduction) and aquisition in mass (mass incrementation) when one consideres the implications of Karl Schwartzchild`s equation governing black holes (first postulated shortly after Einstein`s first published theory of special relativity), the spaceship must collapse into a micro black hole (the ships crew, assuming they survive the manuver will see the universe around them collapse into a black hole). PProfessor Hawking`s work on black holes show that such a black hole would then evaporate in an explosion of sub-atomic particles. In short, the craft (or anything else larger than an atom) would be seen to explode.

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